Knights of the Pain Table

A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

Faryl Smith, the Sweet Swan of Kettering Sings “Ave Maria” on Britain’s Got Talent

| May 19, 2008

Faryl Smith Faryl Smith,   a young lass of 12 years,  descended upon the joust of “Britain’s Got Talent”,  the British television talent show on ITV.  From Kettering, a town in Northamptonshire, England, this enchanting girl didst walk upon the stage of competition.   Perhaps  Polyhymnia,  one of the Muses,  was by her side,  as Faryl […]

Paul Potts Drinketh from a Chalice of Joy with Verdi’s La Traviata

| April 16, 2008

 Paul  Potts Roundeth and roundeth the world our Welsh Tenor goes… Where he stoppeth nobody knows.    The ride did begin on “Britain’s Got Talent”,  where a Welsh minstrel sang “Nessun Dorma”.    That moment in history has now been seen by over 50 million people on YouTube. In the month of April,  Paul Potts with his […]

Thou art Loved, Sir Paul Potts – Thou Singeth for thy Queen at the Royal Variety Show

| December 14, 2007

 Sir Paul Potts As a bright aurora show, thou appeared amidst great talent at the Liverpool Empire Theatre as part of your prize for conquering “Britain’s Got Talent”.      Thou didst perform for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh at the 79th Royal Variety Performance on the third day […]

The Tale of Paul Potts Who Doth Sing the Music of the Night in Camelot

| September 28, 2007

Tale of Paul Potts Paul Potts, our Welsh Tenor, turned the Internet upside down after his audition on “Britain’s Got Talent”. I remember the first time I saw the clip of this gentle man, coming to the microphone and announcing to the judges that he was there to sing “Opera”.    His first few notes of […]

Luciano Pavarotti is Now Singing with the Angels

| September 7, 2007

We bow our heads as one of the world’s greatest earthly singers has sung his last song.     His legacy, which he has bestowed on us, will be his Art.      Art which painted each note as it ascended to the heavens and then again as it soared down into our souls.      He did not just sing.     Pavarotti became a vessel […]